Hi - I am new here! I had my first SVT in January, it was so scary I called an ambulance had a lot of checks but all was clear. Since then I have had 2 or 3 every week and 2 more A & E visits with no diagnosis and all results clear. My doctor in April gave me a 24 hour ECG monitor which was sent to the cardiologist. The cardiologist said it was likely to be SVT and that it didnt need treated. I explained to my doctor that the palpatations I am getting I can deal with now I know they are not life threatening but the other symptoms (Dizziness, fatigue, blurred vision, nausea, difficulty swallowing, breathlessness, headaches etc) I cannot cope with. He said the normal treatment would be beta blockers however as I have Asthma I cannot have these. I feel really alone with this my doctors is one where you get a telephone consultation so I dont feel like I am having any continuity of care for something that is really affecting my quality of life. Does anyone else feel like this and is there anything I should do myself to try and ease these symptoms. I am a full time working mother of 3 children and it is really starting to take its toll. Thank you
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